When Sabrina Nixon’s son started developing breasts, his pediatrician said it was normal for a boy going through puberty. But at 16, Nixon began to wonder if it was something more serious. A visit with his primary care doctor confirmed her hunch. Her son has gynecomastia, a condition in which boys and men develop breast tissue. Gynecomastia can be embarrassing for boys, causing emotional scars. But it can also be physically painful. Breasts can become tender and even lactate. The condition can impede male reproduction and increase the risk of beast cancer. Gynecomastia typically goes away in time but for ... Read More
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